Nausea and Lower Back Pain – Should I Be Concerned?

Severe back pain may sometimes be accompanied by feelings of nausea, a side effect which is familiar to people with spinal injuries, slipped disks, and other serious back problems. In fact, pain spikes from a back injury or chronic condition may easily create a feeling of nausea under the right circumstances. It’s also possible to simply …

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How Stress Can Lead to Back Pain (And What to Do About It!)

Experiencing a stressful situation at work? Carrying concern around over a family issue for an extended period of time? It’s no wonder that your shoulders feel tense, your neck aches, and your lower back always seems to be sore. Stress has a way of manifesting itself most literally as back and neck pain, which in …

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Why Does My Back Hurt When I Cough or Sneeze?

One of the many complaints doctors get from patients is… “When I sneeze, my back hurts!” Back pain can be triggered by sneezing or coughing for a number of reasons, despite sounding unusual. When you cough, sneeze, or even laugh, pressure builds up in your system which then radiates outwards. Muscles clench in response and may …

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Gas and Bloating: Do They Have Anything to do With Your Back Pain?

Most likely, you probably don’t live with constant back pain like others you may know. What you have noticed is that if you eat something that causes bloating, you do notice discomfort in either your upper back or possibly lower back pain on one side. Is this all in your head, or can gas really …

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